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    Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2012 12:25:41 -0500
    From: "Mahoney, Sara - ODEP"<[log in to unmask]>
Subject: College Students or Recent College Grads: Columbia University
Summer Program: Pubic Health
      To: "Mahoney, Sara - ODEP"<[log in to unmask]>

Sara Mahoney


Below is information regarding a 10-week summer program at Columbia
University.  The purpose of the program is to increase interest and
knowledge of minority students, including individuals with disabilities,
in public health and biomedical science careers.  The program includes
transportation, room and board for the entire program, and stipend.

Application deadline-February 14, 2012


Main website:

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    Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2012 14:09:35 -0600

    From: Alan Muir<[log in to unmask]>

Subject: COSD N-the-Know Webcast "Career Development for Students with Aspergers Syndrome" on February 16, 2012

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Reminder of thenext

N-the-Know Webcast

Career Services and Disability Services Professionals and Employers

are invited toviewthe

following Live Webcast

Thursday,February 16

2:00 to3:00PMEastern time

Career Development for Students with Asperger's Syndrome


Marcia Scheiner, Founder and President



Michael John Carley, Executive Director


Today many individuals with Aspergers Syndrome/high functioning
autism are completing college; yet many of these adults still do not
achieve full employment. Of those that do find jobs, many are

Employers need to have a better understanding of the unique
capabilities of this untapped workforce, and how to integrate employees
with Aspergers into the workplace. College career counselors for

on the autism spectrum need to arm themselves with the knowledge
about why employers will benefit from hiring individuals on the spectrum
  and how to work with employers to help these students achieve full
employment. ASTEP will share their program for working with corporate
America to create awareness and

job opportunities for adults with Asperger Syndrome/high functioning
  autism and how you  as an employer or a career services professional 
can join in this effort.

Produced by COSD

The price for this webcast is  $99.

Package including all four Season Two live broadcasts with capability to view on-demandis $350

To reserve your virtual seat now...

Please go to the COSD website page for N-the-Know  (
  )for more information on our first webcast and to learn about the
remainder of our Season Two. You can also go directly to the University
of Tennessee Career Services Webstore (  )
to purchase any or all of these webcasts.

For more information, please contact Alan Muir, Executive Director of COSDat 865-974-7148 [log in to unmask]  (mailto:[log in to unmask]).

N-the-Know is an interactive learning program to serve the needs of
Career Services and Disability Services in Higher Education and
Employers who seek substantive content in the areas of career
development and transition to employment for college students with
disabilities. The trademarked N-the-Know series includes four dynamic
live internet-based broadcasts streamed to your computer.

Asperger's Syndrome Training and Employment Partnership (ASTEP)

Marcia Scheiner, Presenter

Michael John Carley,


From: McCollough, Mathew (EOM)

Sent: Tuesday, December 20, 2011 3:00 PM

To: Ryan Easterly

Subject: Please Disseminate Widely: NASA Is Looking for Interns with

Disabilities in Summer 2012; Deadline 2/1/12

Importance: High

NASA is looking to increase the number of students with disabilities

pursuing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers

through our internship programs. We have a two-percent hiring goal.

Students can apply for summer internships now! The deadline for

submitting applications is February 1, 2012. They can register for an

account and look for internships anytime at the One Stop Shopping

Initiative (OSSI): Student On-Line Application for Recruiting interns,

fellows and scholars (SOLAR) at  Summer 2012

internships run for ten weeks from early June through early/mid August.

NASA internships are also offered during Spring, Fall and Year Long


Please see the attached recruitment letter, the recruitment flier, and

the instructions for how to use the on-line application system.  Also,

please feel free to contact me for more information or help with


Kenneth A. Silberman, Esq.

U.S. Supreme Court, Maryland,&  Patent Bars B.A., M.Eng., J.D.

NASA Engineer&  Registered Patent Attorney Education Office Code 160

NASA/GSFC Mailstop 160 Bldg. 28 Rm. N165 Greenbelt, MD  20771, USA

Voice:  (301) 286-9281

Fax:  (301) 286-1655

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Office Location:                 Building 28 Room W151


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